A Scandi Farmhouse Style Dining Room and How to Get The Look

Think of a fusion of rustic farmhouse with the simplicity and lightness of a Scandinavian summerhouse. There you have it. Scandi Farmhouse style. Wooden furniture is less chunky and definitely less fussy. There’s no absence of comfort but it’s understated. Colours are muted. And there are of course, elements of nature in the accessories. Very Scandi. Scandinavians leave their windows free of curtains or blinds so as to let in as much light as possible. But contrary to expectations this doesn’t look cold thanks to the wood cladding on the walls. Tableware is plain and robust looking, and decoration is kept to a minimum. Personally I’d have chosen simpler chairs than the ones below, but I love the rest of this relaxed Scandi Farmhouse look.

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Take a Look Yourself

A Scandi Farmhouse Style Dining Room and How to Get The Look

Image: Earth Dining Table, £499, Earth Dining Bench, £259, Earth Pair of Dining Chairs, £269, all Furniture Village

Get The Look

A Scandi Farmhouse Style Dining Room and How to Get The Look

Sources
  1. Bead and Butt Primed Short Grooved MDF, £32.99, Sheet Materials Wholesale.
  2. Davey Lighting Exterior Bracket Light, £365, Original BTC.
  3. Denise Allan’s Bird Studies: Heron, £85, The Shop Floor Project.
  4. Oak & Cast Iron Shelf, £50, Garden Trading.
  5. Faux Pussy Willow, £6, Sophie Allport.
  6. Brooklyn Living Edge Natural Solid Oak & Metal Dining Table, £849.99, Oak Furnitureland.
  7. Bloomingville Oak Raw Bench, £699, Cuckooland.
  8. Distressed Ivory Jug, £32, Marquis and Dawe, and Cast Iron Pigeon, £18, Myles from Home.
  9. Talia Dining Chair, £95, Habitat.

 

 

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